Facts and Events
Philip Lingel was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Land Survey in Virginia:
- Page 170 - Phillip Lingle, 310 acres, Between the Shanandoah and the Mountain. Adjoining James Fraizer, Thomas Lewis, Miller, Crossing a Road. May 12, 1770. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 62].
Will of Philip Lingel
- Page 521.--29th June, 1777. Philip Lingle's will--To wife, Barbary; to sons, Jacob and John, infants, and the child the wife bears; Jacob to learn trade of wheelwright; John, to learn trade of blacksmith. Executors, Jacob Blair, Geo. Koogler, wife Barbary. Teste: Augustine Price, Henry Armantrout, Jno. Armantrout. Proved, 19th August, 1777, by the witnesses. Executors qualified.
- Page 535.--4th September, 1777. Philip Lingle's estate appraised by (3 Germans).
- Page 538.--4th September, 1777. Philip Lingle's estate sold at vendue, to, viz--John Peters, Peter Coker, James Madey, Thomas Doolin, Jacob Hamer, Wm. Ludspicke, Peter Bronomer (Brunemer?), Henry Trusler, Augustine Price, Jr., Barbara Lingle, Bartholomew Aulter (Antler), Ab. Rew, Christian Teder, John Fudge.
- Page 468.--19th May, 1785. Philip Lingle's estate settled.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 187.-- 20th December, 1773. Christofull Kislin's will, of Lick Run-- To son, John; to son, Teterick; to wife, Christiana; to son, Mathew, infant; to daughters, Catherine, Elizabeth, and Christiana; to son, Henry, infant. Teste: John Siller, Peter Kinder, and (German). Proved, 15th March, 1774, by the witnesses. Administration granted widow Catherine, who qualifies (mark) with Philip Lingle, John Lingle.
- Vol. 1 - MAY 20, 1777. - (190) Jacob Keslinger, orphan of Christian Keslinger, to be bound to Philip Lingle.